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gMed Celebrates Most Successful Consecutive Quarters in Company History
Weston, FL (January 15, 2014)- gMed a gastroenterology specific EHR company is proud to announce its best sequence of consecutive quarters in company history. gMed, a market leader in gastroenterology has added significant additions to its client base, including: a university health system, numerous private physician offices with locations in multiple states and several ambulatory surgery centers. This growth is an example of the gastroenterology industry’s realization of the importance of selecting a specialty specific EHR partner. gGastro, gMed’s electronic health record comes preconfigured with workflows, logic and flexibility that meet the unique needs of the specialty.
“We are very excited about gMed’s growing acceptance. We have worked very hard since 1997 to service highly specialized markets and our focus on client satisfaction is paying off with great dividends. Our growing user base is the key to new products and services that we believe will revolutionize specialty healthcare in the near future,” says Joe Rubinsztain, MD, CEO of gMed.
gGastro is fully integrated with gMed’s Practice Management system and utilizes a single database eliminating the duplication of data entry. gGastro is one of the first systems to be fully certified for Meaningful Use Stage 2 for both the office and endoscopy center, and the entire gMed team consists of experienced individuals with expertise in the specialty of gastroenterology. This dedication to the future of gastroenterology will serve to further drive gMed to the forefront of healthcare technology. (/ggastro-receives-onc-acb-certification-by-drummond-group/)
“From the beginning of the sales process, to the final implementation and servicing of our software, we provide our clients with specialty specific, knowledgeable staff to assist them throughout their experience with gMed,” stated Matt Schreiber, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “We continue to see interest from physicians that are looking to switch from a generalized software to our specialty specific EHR for this very reason.”